WOMEN ARTISTS: Interviews, Vol. 2 NOW AVAILABLE
A traditional interview format zine featuring artists Rochelle Goldberg, Jessi Hamilton, Mary Kang, Caris Reid, Katherine Squier, Amanda Valdez and Kim Westfall. Interviews by Anny Crane, Ashlyn Davis, Danea Johnson, Caroline Knowles and Nicole Will.
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So amazing! :) I feel so honored to be apart of this (especially when I get to showcase one of my very favorite people/artists) - this is the kind of thing I feel more inclined to do…what a fantastic and inspiring project!
these are some things:
I put in my notice with the textile arts center - after I finish this second issue of tac magazine, I will be taking some time away.
m and I are planning on moving in two months, hopefully up to cold spring! we have been looking at places in astoria as well, and even in connecticut. honestly, I just need a break from this city because I feel absolutely lost all the time these days.
I need to really figure out what it is I am trying to do here, with my life and all that. I used to be so focused, when I was pursuing art therapy and wanted to go to grad school, but life changes and I became very happy with my position at tac. I cannot afford grad school (or I’d be working to get my mfa, definitely), but really, at the end of the day I just want to be creating something positive for myself and for others. navigating being a “real live working artist” is serious, and working a job 40+ hrs a week apparently is not conducive to that (even if it is something you love!). m is the absolute greatest, and is fully in my corner here. sometimes I wish we could move back home, but in secret, so we could be with our family and take it easy for a little while. but, then again, I don’t know how long I could stand being in florida…
I don’t really know where we will be in the next few months…but m assures me that it’s really good to “go with the flow” sometimes.
maybe it’s a sign that someone outside is blasting “don’t stop” by fleetwood mac. maybe today really is a new day.